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recognizances, previously given in such cases and returned to said municipal court, may be enforced by said circuit court as fully as if they had originally run, and been certified and returned thereto

SECTION 2. There shall be paid to the clerk of Salary of clerk. said municipal court of Dane county, as salary, in addition to the amount he may receive from the judge of said court, the sum of five hundred dollars per annum, two-thirds of the same to be paid out of the county treasury of Dape county and one-third to be paid out of the treasury of the city of Madison, to be paid quarter yearly.

SECTION 3. In the absence or disability of the Clerk may adjudge of said municipal court of Dane county, absence, etc., the clerk of said court may journ the same in of judge. the manner now provided by law for the adjournment of circuit courts.

SECTION 4. All acts and parts of acts incon: sistent with this act, are hereby repealed.

SECTION 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved April 22, 1891.

No. 41, A.]

[Published May 9, 1891.

CHAPTER 367.

AN ACT to amend chapter 509, of the laws 1889,

relating to steam engines on highways.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

1889.

SECTION 1. Sections 1 and 2, of chapter 509, of Amends chapthe laws of 1889, are hereby amended, so that ter 509, laws of said chapter when amended, shall read as follows: Section i. Any person or persons owning, pro. Damages pelling, causing to be propelled or bauling any caused by

steam engines steam engine upon any public highway in any on highways. town of this state, shall be liable for all damage that may arise or be caused to such highway, or any sluiceway, culvert or bridge thereon, or to any person or persons or corporation by reason

or person in

of the propelling, hauling or using any such en. give upon any such highway, in the following

cases: When owner 1st. When such engine, with its equipments, charge liable. attachments, or whatever it may be propelling

upon the highway, shall weigh more than five tons, exclusive of team, if so propelled.

2nd. When any such engine shall be set or used for any purpose, excepting propelled along the highway within the limits of any such highway.

3rd. When any such engine shall be left unattended within the limits of any such highway.

4th. When the engine shall be standing or in motion upon such highway, and the person in charge shall not signal and stop such engine when approached within fifteen rods, in either direction by any team of any kind, or any person or persons riding or driving any animal, and desiring to pass such engine, or when the person or persons in charge of such engine, shall fail or refuse to render all proper assistance possible to enable such team, or person or persons riding or driving any animal to pass such engine ia satety.

5th. When the person or persons in charge of such engine shall fail to span any bridge or culvert, before crossing the same, with planks at least two inches thick, twelve inches wide, and sixteen feet in length, over which the wheels shall pass in cross

ing such bridge or culvert. Town chair- SECTION 2. The chairman of any town in mence action which any damage shall be done to any highway,

sluiceway or bridge by any such engine weighing over five tons with equipments, attachments, and whatsoever it may be propelling upon the highway, exclusive of team, being propelled over any

such highway, shall have authority to commence an action against the owner of such engine, or the person propelling or causing the same to be propelled in the name and for the benefit of such town; and such money when col: lected, shall be paid into the treasury of such town and be used for the repair of highways, sluice ways, and bridges.

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved April 22, 1891.

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No. 101, A.)

[Published May 8, 1891.

CHAPTER 368.

AN ACT allowing county boards to allow a cer

tain amount to county superintendents for traveling expenses The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The county board of supervisors of Traveling exeach county in this state may allow the county county supersuperintendent of schools such sum over and intendents. above his salary as superintendent, as he shall certify that he has actually expended in defraying his traveling expenses when engaged in his official duties; provided, such reimbursement shall not exceed two hundred dollars in any one year, such expenses to be computed from and after April 1, 1891, and shall be audited and allowed by the county board of supervisors at its annual meeting in November of each year.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved April 22, 1891.

No. 109, A.]

[Published May 18, 1891.

CHAPTER 369.

AN ACT to permit the building of a wagon

bridge across Black river in the county of La Crosse

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. Peyton S. Davidson, his assigns or May build

wagon bridge, legal representatives, are hereby authorized and with draws. empowered to construct and maintain a wagon bridge over and across Black river, on section

number thirty, township sixteen north, of range seven west, at or near the foot of St. James street, in the city of La Crosse, county of La Crosse, and state of Wisconsin; and for such purpose may erect piers, drive piles, build embankments and approaches in said river and on the banks thereof, suitable and necessary for the proper construction and maintenance of said bridge, and the enjoyment of the rights hereby granted or intended to be granted; provided, that said bridge shall be furnished with a draw of suitable dimensions and with shear booms or some other means of enabling steamboats, rafts or logs to pass through said draw, and that said bridge shall not unnecessarily impair the free navigation of said river.

SECTION 2. The right is hereby reserved to the state to alter, amend or repeal any or all the provisions of this act.

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved April 22, 1891.

No. 129, A.)

[Published May 7, 1891.

CHAPTER 370.

AN ACT to amend section 1802, revised statutes,

relating to railroads.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

Amends seetion 1802, R. S. 1878.

SECTION 1. Section 1802 of the revised statutes is hereby amending by inserting after the word “mill” in the first line of said section, the words "lumber yard, coal yard or wood yard,” and after the word “mill ” in the third line thereof, the words "lumber yard, coal yard or wood yard,” and by adding at the end of said sec. tion the following: “And no such railroad track constructed before the passage of this act shall be removed, without first giving the parties owning such elevator, warehouse or mill,

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lumber yard, coal yard or wood yard, six months' notice of such removal," so that said SEC: tion, when so amended, shall read as follows: Section 1802. The owner of any elevator, ware. Spur tracks to house or mill, lumber yard, coal yard or wood wards, Jember yard, within the yard limits of any station or terminus of any railroad, may at his own expense, construct a railroad track from such elevator, warehouse or mill, lumber yard, coal yard or wood yard, to such railroad, and connect with the same by a switch at a point within the yard limits of such station or terminus, and the railroad corporation shall allow such connection. Such side track and switch shall at all times be under the control and management of, and be kept in repair and operated for the benefit of such owner, or his assigns, by such corporation; but the actual cost of so maintaining and operating the same shall be paid monthly by the owner thereof. And in case of his neglect to so pay the same upon demand, the obligation of this section upon any such corporation shall cease until such payment be made in full. And no such railroad track, constructed before the passage of this act, shall be removed, without first giving the parties owning such elevator, warehouse or mill, lumber yard, coal yard, or wood yard, six months' notice of such removal.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved April 22, 1891.

No. 132, A.]

[Published May 11, 1891.

CHAPTER 371.
AN ACT to provide for proper records of com-

mitments to industrial schools and orphan asy-
lums.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Wherever any minor shall be committed to any industrial school by any other au

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